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I could he seems like e is in pain his stomach is tight.
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1. How much is the dog eating? Is he eating normally? Has he eaten this morning and kept it down? Will he eat anything *other* than his normal food (it can be telling if the dog will willingly eat a bit of steak or mashed potato but won't eat regular kibble).
he is eating normal, 1 1/2 cups a day at night. he does not eat anything else other than his kibble and some treats from nutro.
2. How much is the dog drinking? Have you noticed him drinking MORE since you moved? Has he drunk more this weekend than normal? Is he urinating/peeing like normal?
This dog has always drank large amounts of water, he had a flap pet door where he moved to the yard to pee as much as he wanted. Now I control his water because I'm temporarily in an apt and would like to time his pee breaks, so he is drinking much less.
3. After he threw up the water, has he tried to drink ANY more. Put down a totally different bowl with fresh, clean water. And particularly -- if at all possible, put down bottled water for him rather than tap water.
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